Sarah Larson, MSc, MCCP, CCC
Sarah enjoys working with clients to explore how the stories we tell to ourselves and those we have been told about ourselves work to create our identity of self. She sees counselling as a way to help people identify problematic stories and begin to become aware of how the ways we view ourselves influence our mental health. Sarah loves a good story and she is very interested in different cultures and how cultural influences affect our internal storylines and identity. Inviting her clients to share their stories and to explore together the exceptions, make meaning, Sarah facilitates discovery of tools that may be used to shape life events, old and new, into narratives of hope. She creates opportunity for change by employing an eclectic approach with aspects of narrative therapy and mindfulness practices within a safe and confidential therapeutic space.
Sarah holds earned Masters degrees in Applied Neuropsychology (MSc from the University of Nottingham (2008), and Counselling Psychology (MCCP) from Athabasca University (2018). She is a Certified Clinical Counsellor registered with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association.
Fun fact: Sarah has travelled the world extensively, to nearly 40 countries, and she has lived and worked in Canada, the United Kingdom, and Sweden. She loves to see new places, taste new foods, and learn about new cultures. Her international work and life experience allow her to bring a unique multicultural perspective to her counselling.
Master of Counselling in Counselling Psychology - from Athabasca University, CANADA
Master of Science in Applied Neuropsychology - from the University of Nottingham, UK
Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association
European Association for Counselling (Pending)
Register Auktoriserade Counsellors Sverige (Pending)